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A motion to strike is an objection to the admissibility of evidence already received. It is effective only if there was no opportunity or basis for an earlier objection. A motion to strike must be made as soon as the grounds for it appears. A failure to make a motion acts as a waiver to the same extent as does a failure to object. If a motion to strike is successful the trial judge must instruct the jurors to disregard the improper evidence.

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